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hendauer and he proud hi served the united states navy during world war ii. god lost navy. navy memorial is going to be 25 years old here, down in pennsylvania. silver springs, maryland, neighboring down, right across the rad here, esther lavigne 100 years old. sweet esther, very interested in politics and all kinds of issues. take a look at cruz laura from austin, texas. 100 years. always, always looks dapper. handsome fellow with a smile on his beautiful face. sweet marjorie sandal. she is 100 years old today, and she loves spending all kind of time in her garden to grow things to eat. henry, love henry, henry preston of chattanooga tennessee, is 100 years old today. speaking of longevity, always love the lord. louise peartree, partridge in a, 100 years old, great dancer and loves to have all kind of moves, cha, cha, cha, the mamba and eddie seitlin from birm ham, alabama, 106 years old today, and he loves rooting for the crimson tide. that's it. that's all. new york is just up the road a piece. >> all right. willard, thanks very much. apple's newest tablet the ipad mini doesn't hit st
, tomorrowon. always good seeing you. hey, this just in. the u.s. navy is sending three helicopter carrier ships right off of new york city to provide platforms for the coast guard civilian aircraft and the national guard in case they need landing spots to help carry out rescues. that's good news. let's take a look at see what we've got as far as our weather is concerned. sandy is still moving out through pennsylvania, but the wrap-around still bringing rain and snow. west virginia, parts of west virginia and virginia may pick up another 1 to 2 feet of snow out of this thing. as you take a look, we'll show you right now, we'll be looking at more rain and snow. winds are going to be a problem, too. look at these winds that will be gusting today on into tomorrow. still in the 20s and 30-mile-per-hour range. as we go through the day today and into tomorrow morning, obviously those winds will die down, but in the meantime it is still going to be a very breezy day, and, again, that snow is going to be a big deal down through west virginia, and parts of the virginias as well. >> good morning.ing
a final farewell to a sailor shot to death in the south baltimore area while on leave for fr the u.s. navy. they gathered friday morning for the funeral service of the 24-year-old. family members say gladden had just received a promotion in the navy. investigators say he and his younger brother were delivering groceries to their grandmother when two men opened fire, killing gladden. so far no arrests have been made. we're back i >> gmgm. a quick look at that time radar. there are snow showers up in new york state and pennsylvania. rain showers should be in cleveland. off the great lakes. we're dry down here. let's look at the situation cloud wise. few scattered clouds here and there made for a beautiful sun rise. these are clouds coming off the great lakes. what's left of sandy up near labrador. getting this northwest flow which holds temperatures down. and giving us enough moisture to produce some of the cloud deck. our forecast today weshing eel probably see more sun breaks. going from partly cloudy to more generous sun in the afternoon and clouding up again this evening or at least more
. >> you should have drinking water, the ins to be prepared for possible outages. >> reporter: the navy sending their ships out toy is as a precautionary measure, while in new jersey where many computer models are predicting a direct hit, beach residents are filling sandbags and ruring to close rides and stands that usually take weeks to shut down. >> it is all hands on deck thing. just everyone pitching in and making sure we can get everything taken care of before the storm hits. >> reporter: all right. let's look and see where we're going with this system. right now, as we said it is hurricane sandy and the winds currently 75 miles per hour and we're 375 miles southeast of charleston and moving at 10 miles per hour. tropical storm winds extend out some 450 miles from the center of this storm so it is a massive storm. here are the advisories we have right now. we've got hurricane warnings, i should say, the storm surge we're talking about right now, anywhere from 3 to 5 feet later on today from wilmington all of the way to cape hatteras and as you get into the hampton bay area. rainfal
. >> in norfolk, virginia, the navy sending their ships out to sea as a precautionary measure. while in new jersey, where many computer models are predicting a direct hit, beach residents are filling sandbags and rushing to close rides and stands that usually take weeks to shut down. >> it is all hands on deck thing, just everybody pitching in to make sure we can get everything taken care of before the storm hits. >> all right, let's see where we're going with this system. right now, as we said, it is hurricane sandy, and the winds currently 75 miles per hour. we're about 335 miles southeast of charleston. it's moving north, northeast at ten miles per hour. the tropical force winds extend out some 450 miles from the center of this storm, so it is a massive storm. here are the advisories we have right now. we've got hurricane warnings. the storm surge we're talking about right now anywhere from three to five feet later on today from wilmington, all the way up through cape hatteras, a little bit less of a surge as you get into the norfolk, hampton bay area. some areas up to a foot along the coastal
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